|The Crapshooters by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
To gamblers it is all about the game even in the hereafter.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; Crapshooters; gambling
|Chicago - Carl Sandburg|
Sandburg's great paean to his city, read by Zachariah Wells
Keywords: Chicago; Carl Sandburg
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|Bricklayer's Love by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
A short poem about a bricklayer telling of his love that could not be.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; bricklayer; love
|Cumulatives-last? - Carl Sandburg|
poem, Carl Sandburg, read by J Dyar
Keywords: poem; Carl Sandburg
|Carl Sandburg Singing - Carl Sandburg|
Carl Sanburg singing, accompanying himself on guitar
Keywords: Folk songs; Carl Sandburg
|Chicago by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
This poem was part of the book of Chicago Poems by Carl Sandburg published in 1916. Sandburg said: "Here is the difference between Dante, Milton, and me. They wrote about hell and never saw the place. I wrote about Chicago after looking the town over for years and years."
Keywords: Chicago; Carl Sandburg; poetry
|Cahoots by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
Corruption happens but in Chicago it is an art form. Perhaps the stuffing of pockets might be handicapped by the wearing of mittens.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; corruption; Cahoots; poetry
|They All Want To Play Hamlet by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
An actor's ambition may exceed his experience. Nonetheless there are certain parts every actor would like to play.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; Hamlet; Shakespeare; actors
|Cumulatives - Carl Sandburg|
Carl Sandburg's Cumulatives read by Justin Dyar
Keywords: poetry; male voice; Carl Sandburg
|Bruce Sterling reads Carl Sandburg - JD Lasica|
During his "State of the World" keynote talk at the South by Southwest Interactive Conference in Austin, Texas, On March 14, 2006, author Bruce Sterling finished by reading the Carl Sandburg poem "The people, yes."
Keywords: carl sandburg; poem; bruce sterling
|The Lawyers Know Too Much by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
A search is made for that which is created by lawyers yet its substance cannot be found.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; poetry; lawyers; legal language
|Cumulatives - Carl Sandburg|
Poem by Carl Sandburg as read by Justin Dyar
Keywords: poem; read; male voice; carl sandburg; cumulatives
|Death Snips Proud Men by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
No matter our accomplishments or power, we are all subject to Death's whim.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; poetry; death; proud men
|House by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
Two Swedish boys want to be soldiers even after a veteran of the Civil War tells of the fighting and its toll of men
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; Civil War; soldiers; casualties
|Cumulatives-Carl Sandburg - Carl Sandburg|
poem by Carl Sandburg as read by Justin Dyar
Keywords: poetry; 1900's; Carl Sandburg; male voice
|Accomplished Facts by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
For those who think the phrase "so it goes" was the property of Kurt Vonnegut, this poem demonstrates that Carl Sandburg beat him to it.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; so it goes; poetry
|Skyscraper by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
A skyscraper as a metaphor for life.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; skyscraper; building; life; soul
|At The Gates of Tombs by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
I enjoy exploring the work of poets. Some poems become dated while others written long ago could have been written yesterday. That is the case here. Sandburg comments on the fate of civilizations and the fate of those seeking to stave off the inevitable.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; civilizations; decline; futility; poetry
|Boy And Father by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
To the boy Alexander, it is dreams from his reading and wonder about his lost mother as the rain comes down.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; Boy and Father; dreams; adventure; mother; poetry
|Fellow-Citizens by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
A rather wry look at how to measures happiness.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; Millionaire; Publisher; Mayor; Instrument Maker; happiness; Music
|Ossawatomie by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
On August 30th of 1856 pro-slavery raiders attacked the abolitionist town of Ossawatomie, Kansas. The town was defended by John Brown and 40 residents with the raiders having 6 to 1 odds in their favor. The defenders had to abandon the town which was then looted and burned.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; slavery; abolitionists; John Brown; Bleeding Kansas; Ossawatomie
|Four Preludes On Playthings In The Wind - Roy Trumbull|
No matter the scope of man's accomplishments they soon revert to dust.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; poetry; Great City; rats and lizards; golden girls
|And So To-Day by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
This poem was written on the occasion of the interment of the Unknown Soldier of World War I.
Keywords: And So To-Day; Carl Sandburg; poetry; Unknown Soldier; World War I
|The Mayor Of Gary by Carl Sandburg - Roy Trumbull|
The indifference of a politician to the reality of the working man in the days when men worked 12 hour days 7 days a week.
Keywords: Carl Sandburg; Gary Indiana; steel mills; 12 hour day 7 day week
|Friar's Club Roast of Gary Cooper - Jan 1961 Pt. 3-5|
This is the recording of the Friar's Club Roast of actor Gary Cooper. He passed away a few months later in May 1961 and this was one of his last public functions. Speakers in order were: Barry Mirkin, George Jessel, Audrey Hepburn, Art Linkletter, Dmitri Tiomkin, Tony Martin, Jack Warner, Carl Sandburg, George Burns, Gov. Pat Brown, Dean Martin, Sam Goldwyn, Milton Berle, Greer Garson, Henry Ford II, Jack Benny, Tony Curtis, and Gary Cooper.
Keywords: gary cooper friar's club audrey hepburn greer garson carl sandburg george burns dean martin milton berle jack benny tony curtis
|Librivox Cocoa Break Collection, Vol. 02 - Various|
LibriVox recording of Librivox Cocoa Break Collection, Vol. 02 by Various Authors. Read by LibriVox Volunteers This is a collection of international fairy tales clocking in at 5-15 minutes apiece, suitable for childrens' winter cocoa breaks, or other times when quality entertainment is needed. (Summary by BellonaTimes) For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this r...
Keywords: librivox; audiobooks; children; fairy tales; India; China; Japan; Brazil; Azores; Norway; Roumania; Wales; Welsh; English fairy tales; Carl Sandburg
|Movement Museum Episode 65: The Second First Annual Movement Museum-Fringe Festival Open House|
Movement Museum a radio show broadcast Thursdays at 14h on CKUT 90.3 FM in Montreal, co-hosts Chris 'Zeke' Hand, Allison Elizabeth Burns and Bettina Forget talk about dance in Montreal. In this show we have our Second First Annual Movement Museum-Fringe Festival Open House with Tanya Elchuk & Amy Crnkovic from Heart-Strings, Isaac Kessler from 2-Man No-Show, Sasha Kleinplatz from Piss in the Pool, Yanomi from SHOSHINZ presents: A Day in the Life of Miss Hiccup, Brianna Stark from Aurelia and Ima...
Keywords: Heart-Strings; 2-Man No-Show; Piss in the Pool; Shoshinz; Aurelia and Imago; The Duck Wife; Danny Davis and the Boys; Carl Sandburg; Viosac
|Studs Terkel - Born To Live - WA4CZD|
Studs Terkel July 6, 1962 Born To Live: Hiroshima (rebroadcast, taped from the radio). This is a classic cold war program recorded in 1961 that features interviews, spoken word/sound collage, and music about nukes. Influenced by Norman Corwin but IMO lacks his cohesiveness.
Keywords: Cold War; Carl Sandburg; Alexander Elliot; Harlow Shapley; Georgia Turner; Arthur C Clarke; John Ciardi; Nicolai Pogodin; Albert Einstein; Buckminster Fuller; William Sloane Coffin Jr; Shanta Ghandi; Sean O'Casey; Salvatore Baccaloni; Gwendolyn Brooks; Miriam Makeeba; James Baldwin; Simone de Beauvoir; Lillian Smith; Perry Maranda; Mytoko Harubasa; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; Pete Seeger; Atomic Bomb; Hiroshima-shi (Japan) -- History -- Bombardment, 1945
|Biography in Sound - WA4CZD|
Biography in Sound was an hour-long documentary radio program that was produced and broadcast in the 1950s. It's one of the best examples of radio excellence - the production is exemplary and I find every episode to be compelling. It's one of my favorites; I don't understand why it isn't more well known! Each episode featured multiple guests, who often were peers or friends of the person who was the featured subject...
Keywords: Biography in Sound; Churchill, Winston, Sir, 1874-1965; Old Time Radio; Winston Churchill; OTR; Thornton Wilder; Wilder, Thornton, 1897-1975; Sinclair Lewis; Lewis, Sinclair, 1885-1951; George M Cohan; Cohan, George M. (George Michael), 1878-1942; H V Kaltenborn; Kaltenborn, H. V. (Hans von), 1878-1965; Connie Mack; Mack, Connie, 1862-1956; Fred Allen; Allen, Fred, 1894-1956; Robert Benchley; Benchley, Robert, 1889-1945; Fiorello La Guardia; La Guardia, Fiorello H. (Fiorello Henry), 1882-1947; H L Mencken; Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis), 1880-1956; George Washington; Washington, George, 1732-1799; Herbert Hoover; Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964; Grantland Rice; Rice, Grantland, 1880-1954; Jerome Kern; Kern, Jerome, 1885-1945; Albert Schweitzer; Schweitzer, Albert, 1875-1965; Thomas Wolfe; Wolfe, Thomas, 1900-1938; Babe Ruth; Ruth, Babe, 1895-1948; George Gershwin; Gershwin, George, 1898-1937; John L Lewis; Lewis, John L. (John Llewellyn), 1880-1969; Jazz; Leo Durocher; Durocher, Leo, 1906-1991; WC Fields; Fields, W. C. (William Claude), 1880-1946; George Bernard Shaw; Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950; Baseball; Frank Lloyd Wright; Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959; Ethel Barrymore; Barrymore, Ethel, 1879-1959; Grandma Moses; Moses, Grandma, 1860-1961; Knute Rockne; Rockne, Knute, 1888-1931; Alexander Woollcott; Woollcott, Alexander, 1887-1943; Mary Martin; Martin, Mary, 1913-1990; Woodrow Wilson; Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924; Arturo Toscanini; Toscanini, Arturo, 1867-1957; Ernie Pyle; Pyle, Ernie, 1900-1945; Eddie Rickenbacker; Rickenbacker, Eddie, 1890-1973; Gertrude Lawrence; Lawrence, Gertrude, 1898-1952; Sigmund Romberg; Romberg, Sigmund, 1887-1951; John Golden; Golden, John, 1874-1955; Ray Bradbury; Bradbury, Ray, 1920-2012; Arch Oboler; Oboler, Arch, 1907-1987; Franklin Roosevelt; Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945; Thornton Wilder; Wilder, Thornton, 1897-1975; F Scott Fitzgerald; Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Francis Scott), 1896-1940; Ernest Hemingway; Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961; Carl Sandburg; Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967; Alexander Woollcott; Woollcott, Alexander, 1887-1943; Alben W Barkley; Barkley, Alben William, 1877-1956; Danny Kaye; Kaye, Danny, 1917-2011; Clarence Darrow; Darrow, Clarence, 1857-1938; Theodore Roosevelt; Theodore Roosevelt, 1858-1919; Stan Kenton; Kenton, Stanley Newcomb, 1911-1979; Franklin P Adams; Adams, Franklin P. (Franklin Pierce), 1881-1960
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